@theOtter I agree, the Window Panel is fantastically useful as a quasi-TreeStyleTab. Indeed it's been my V UI default now for months, with the tab-bar set vertical but minimum width next to it. If you don't already know, this little piece of genius CSS https://forum.vivaldi.net/post/368289 has substantially increased my WP's usability [thank you yet again @potmeklecbohdan]. IMO these future V WP enhancements would take the browser to further heights:
Support tab scrolling by mouse-wheel in the WP, just like the tab-bar already does.
Allow "infinite" tab nesting in the trees, like Firefox AO TST, & Falkon browser's vertical tabs panel.
Support tab-previews in the WP, just like the tab-bar already does.
Said improvements would allow users to deactivate their vertical tab-bar altogether, & use WP as a full-on analogue of TST with the bonus of previews that TST lacks [but it does already have nesting & scrolling].
@potmeklecbohdan Good catch, I edited my post above, doing this I got the same result:
$ grep "\"name\" : \"COMMAND_" Vivaldi-settings-pp.json | wc -l
And for the html there are two or even three elements sometimes for one command.
@dmkroslindale said in Default clock data:
I cannot locate a setting to return the clock to default settings.
It does not need a setting. Just enter the default alarms and countdown as listed above. These are just placeholders to illustrate how the features might be used.
@theprawn Interesting one.
For your information, I use a free RSS reader (www.netvibes.com) which also offers variety of features that are available in the web panel.
@tedsmostexcellentadventure It is working as expected on Windows. I used Delete Browsing Data, All Time, and included Browsing History.
Specs: AMD A10-6800K, 8 Gb (WinSPRLevel = 5.9) on Win 10 64-bit 1909 build 18363.657 • Snapshot 2.12.1838.3 (64-bit)
@stardepp The checkbox in Settings, Webpages, Use Tab Zoom (Retain zoom level when navigating between websites) controls this behaviour.
If it is Enabled then you get the behaviour that you describe.
If it is Disabled then each website remembers its zoom level. I prefer this option. For example, the Serif Forums fit my 1200x1600 pixel monitor @ 110% webpage zoom, but my default is 120%. By disabling this option, each website can be set to suit the view-port or the font sizes on that site.
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Vivaldi's enormous diversity continues to excite me day after day.
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@LonM Oh ok. I think the heuristic thingy is pretty new, recently some people complaining about the auto discard being too aggressive . And most advise from Internet is disabled the function completely, or enabled with heuristics disabled.
I guess I better disabled it while waiting for it to "graduate" from kindergarten. LOL